Mercure Centro Port Macquarie
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... the supermarket on the way back and had a relaxed evening in the hostel. 19th March - We were supposed to be going for a surfing lesson but I have got an infected cut on the side of my foot so I will have to keep it clean for now and go surfing at another stop. Instead, we walked to a quieter and nicer beach called Rocky bay to spent the morning there. It is a very hot day so we couldn't stay for too long. After this we had to have lunch and pack up ready to catch our coach to Byron ...
... fun setting up in the dark or reversing around tents. Wes couldn't find a spot and parked his van by the check in office.
Quite a magical place when we woke up and explored the surrounds. A great set-up witha right hand point just in front and an amazing beach around the headland where you could drive down on the sand and pull up in front of wave down the beach away from the crowds.
... it was the easiest thing to do for tea. I placed my order and took a seat when in walked a Rolf Harris lookalike with a red and white parrot on his shoulder. I nearly burst out laughing but managed to control myself. It was one of the most bizarre things I've seen since I arrived in Australia. That evening I watched a film with a group of people at the hostel and as my bus wasn't until 6.10pm the next day I knew I'd be able to see the town then. I'd been told by a few people that ...
... up. We went under an airport runway near Brisbane. A plane was going across when we went under, we could hear it going over the top. We thought it would be very loud, but it wasn’t loud at all. We went to the most easterly point of Australia at Byron Bay it was very windy, dads hat blew off and he just caught it in time. Later on we got to the Big Banana, we asked and asked for an ice-cream, and then we got ...
The road to Port Macquarie was a good one. Divided highway, motorway and toll roads took us inland from Sydney then along the coast from Newcastle.
Our first day began with sunshine and we walked "The Breakwall" which is alongside the Sundowners Breakwall Caravan Park. At one end is the surf beach and the other in the heart of town. People have painted many of the large rocks along the footpath. There is ...